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Good looks, security mark OpenOffice 2.2 release

The OpenOffice.org team today released version 2.2 of the popular office suite which is intended to make it easier for Microsoft users to migrate away from Office. Security, Vista integration and good looks are top of the agenda this time around.

How To Install VMware Server On A Mandriva Free 2007 Desktop

  • HowtoForge; By Falko Timme (Posted by falko on Mar 29, 2007 1:59 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Mandriva
This tutorial provides step-by-step instructions on how to install VMware Server on a Mandriva Free 2007 desktop system. With VMware Server you can create and run guest operating systems (virtual machines) such as Linux, Windows, FreeBSD, etc. under a host operating system. This has the benefit that you can run multiple operating systems on the same hardware which saves a lot of money, and you can move virtual machines from one VMware Server to the next one (or to a system that has the VMware Player which is also free).

Google and Mozilla: Nobody Wants an OS from You

  • OSWeekly.com; By Brandon Watts (Posted by gsh on Mar 29, 2007 1:23 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Mozilla
For a software programmer, one of the ultimate projects that you could ever be involved with is an operating system. We're so used to building applications for the OS that the idea of actually working on the mother ship itself can seem like something that could never happen.

10 things to do to your Linux PC before exposing it to the Internet

A list of things to do before connecting your Linux computer to the Internet.

[Not exactly what I would do but its not bad advice. - Scott]

Penguin Computing gets $9 million in funding

Linux supercomputer maker plans to use funding to improve cluster management software.

Red Hat Returns: Better Than Ever

  • MadPenguin.org; By Matt Hartley (Posted by gsh on Mar 29, 2007 11:27 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Linux, Red Hat
With Novell, SuSE and Ubuntu rocking the headlines lately, for sometime, locating news about Red Hat meant that you had to really dig for it. I don't believe it was because they stopped trying or even ignored making new developments available to the press as a whole.

This week at LWN: The third GPLv3 draft

The original plans had called for the third draft of the GNU General Public License update to come out late last year. Needless to say, things didn't happen that way. Between trying to address concerns raised from various directions and responding to the Microsoft/Novell deal, the Free Software Foundation ended up having to slip its schedule; as a result, eight months have passed since the second draft was released. One could well argue that a major license update should not be made in a hurry, and thus the delays are not problematic. In any case, the wait is over: the new GPLv3 draft is available. In many ways, the draft resembles its predecessors; in others, it has changed significantly. This article will focus on the differences.

An Interview with KDE-Edu Developers

We are here today to talk about the developers of the KDE-Edu Project. The purpose of this interview is to feature and present their work and motivation, which is often not as well-known or regarded as other, more prominent work within the KDE project. The KDE-Edu developers are developing high-quality educational software for the K Desktop Environment. Their primary focus is on school children aged 3 to 18, and the specialised user interface needs of young users. However, they are also have programs to aid teachers in planning lessons, and others that are of interest to university students and anyone else with a desire to learn!

RIP: Community Linux (1991-2007)

The idea that Linux is primarily a community-based project based on the work of thousands of independent, idealist hackers died a quiet death at home on March 27.

AMD brings Linux to East Africans

Chipmaker AMD has thrown its financial clout behind a non-profit organization setting up Linux-based computing and communication centers in East Africa. Inveneo initially used Wyse thin clients, but the organization has now switched over to MiniPCs based on AMD's recently-launched Ultra-value client reference design.

Here come the Dell Linux desktops, laptops

Dell contacted DesktopLinux.com on March 28 to let us know that the company will be releasing select desktop and notebook systems with pre-installed Linux as an option in the coming weeks. Dell, however, is still playing its Linux cards close to its vest. For example, we do not know at this time which Linux distribution -- or distributions -- it will be supporting, or what Dell desktop and laptop machines will have pre-installed Linux as an option.

Microsoft’s Linux Woes

Software behemoth Microsoft could be one of the biggest losers from proposed license changes to the Linux operating system unveiled Wednesday. That’s a possible outcome of updates to the license pushed by the Free Software Foundation. The FSF wants to make mutually exclusive pacts such as the Novell-Microsoft open-source agreement (see Exit Interview: Jeremy Allison, Strange Bedfellows) a violation of the next iteration of the GNU GPL (General Public License), the license that governs Linux use.

Linux for Senior Citizens

Here's proof that Linux is not a "young geeks only" OS. The author of this article, being a senior citizen herself, loves using Linux and highly recommends it for others in her age group.

Linux to help the Library of Congress save American history

The Library of Congress, where thousands of rare public domain documents relating to America's history are stored and slowly decaying, is about to begin an ambitious project to digitize these fragile documents using Linux-based systems and publish the results online in multiple formats.

The Future of Web 3.0: Part I

  • OSWeekly.com; By Matt Hartley (Posted by gsh on Mar 29, 2007 5:01 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Community
Even those of us who have not played the "game" yet, we have at the very least heard of this virtual world. For me to even refer to Second Life as a game is criminal. This seemingly infinite place with all of its possibilities has a way of getting a person's mind going.

Codegear Announces General Availability of Delphi for PHP

CodeGear has announced that Delphi for PHP – an integrated visual Rapid Application Development (RAD) environment for the popular PHP Web development language – is now shipping worldwide. Delphi for PHP brings the RAD productivity benefits that Delphi users have enjoyed for years to PHP Web developers. PHP, designed to allow Web developers to write dynamically generated pages quickly, is the most prominent dynamic Web language today and has become one of the top 10 programming languages overall.

Develop J2EE Web Services Using Eclipse WTP Tooling

WAS CE is a J2EE 1.4-certified application server that provides support for Plain Old Java Object (POJO) and Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) Web service endpoints. This tutorial shows you how to use Eclipse Web Tools Platform (WTP) to create an enterprise application that implements POJO and EJB, using DB2 Express-C as the database for the application.

Brand New Digital Photo Software Guide

  • Nataly Tikhonovich; By MyPhotosoft (Posted by myphoto on Mar 29, 2007 2:33 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Press Release
MyPhotosoft.com – Brand New Digital Photo Software Guide

ESA open-source software supports Germany's TerraSAR-X

Germany's next-generation TerraSAR-X uses sophisticated ground infrastructure to deliver Earth observation data to scientists and commercial customers. Open-source software developed at ESA's Operations Centre is helping to make the mission a success.

Make Internet Better By Killing Anonymity

  • CoolTechZone.com; By Gundeep Hora (Posted by gsh on Mar 29, 2007 12:58 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Community
You may have heard about the Kathy Sierra case, which has been spreading in the blogosphere like wildfire for the past couple of days. In case you haven’t heard about the news, here’s a quick synopsis. Sierra, a prominent female blogger, decided to withdraw from participating in a workshop at O’Reilly’s Emerging Technology Conference and decided to stop writing on her blog because of the death threats and crude sexual comments that she has received in the course of four weeks.

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